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2-18-2009 @ 1:55PM
Agreed! I don't mind if someone's asking for help if they are a) polite, and b) at least make the effort to communicate clearly. Most times I can tell the difference between someone who's just too damn lazy to type (which I can't stand-sorry, l337speak is NOT a language, it's a joke to be laughed at) and someone who just honestly misspelled a word.That being said, what really grinds my gears is when I decline to help someone (reason is irrelevant as long as I do it politely, since it is my time they're asking for and my choice to help or not)-or, God forbid, I don't know the answer to their question-and they get upset. That, and random strangers who beg for gold. O(>
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